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Democrats desperately trying to lower voting age to 16 to include young, inexperienced minds that are easily influenced

11/23/2015 - Democrats in and around the nation's capital city are looking for new ways to solidify and legitimize their hold on power, with three council members proposing to lower the federal voting age from 18 to 16. According to Washington, DC's Fox 5 News, the proposal was introduced by chief author Charles...

Why it's time to raise the national voting age to 25

11/17/2015 - It'll likely never happen – at least not in today's overhyped, overly sensitive, politically correct environment – but it needs to: The voting age should be reset to 25 years old, and the sooner the better. "How can students too spoiled to tolerate debate weigh opposing political arguments?...

NYC council proposes giving non-citizens the right to vote

10/17/2015 - If liberals on the New York City Council get their way, the privileged right to vote will no longer be limited only to actual citizens of the United States. They will be extended to anyone who can walk, crawl, or be dragged to a voting booth in the Big Apple, regardless of where they hail from. As...

The solution to the insanity: Ban all people on psychiatric medication from owning guns, driving cars or voting for President

12/18/2012 - I know how to stop the next school shooting, save the children and restore some sanity to America. Adam Lanza, the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter, was on medication, we now know. So were previous shooters like the two students at Columbine High School in the 1999 Colorado shooting. Medication...

The voting bloc that could swing the election is ignored...again

11/7/2012 - When I ran for a Congressional seat in 1994, I tapped into a small vein of the sleeping giant. It takes a a great deal of effort to wake it up, but it can be done. The Democrats don't want to do it. Neither do the Republicans. They sense the danger. The sleeping giant is a rough and rebellious...

The fallacy of voting for 'the lesser of two evils'

10/6/2012 - For decades, disaffected Americans have been trudging to the polls and voting for the lesser of two evils. That's how they register their preference for a presidential candidate. Choices based on that dubious strategy seem to work for the short-term (at best). But in the long run, the law of diminishing...

FDA revokes voting rights from key advisory panel member who publicly opposes Bayer birth control drugs

12/20/2011 - A prominent expert in health-related issues and pharmaceutical drugs, Dr. Sidney M. Wolfe, Director of the Public Citizen Health Research Group (HRG) and member of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Drug Safety and Risk Management Advisory Committee, was recently stripped of his voting power...

Promote Sustainable Food Choices by Voting with Your Shopping Cart

1/12/2010 - What we eat and what we buy affects our health, environment, and economy. When the economy turns bad or we lose a war, we throw out the president, but when an obesity epidemic grows to as high as 30 percent in children we make little noise at the political level. Instead it is left up to our elected...

NaturalNews Reader's Choice "Best of 2009" Awards announced

1/8/2010 - The votes have been cast: It's time to announce the results of the NaturalNews Reader's Choice "Best of 2009" Awards! These awards are given to the top companies and products in seven categories: Best Health Products Retailer, Best Herbal Product Line, Best Natural Protein, Best Skin Care Line, Best...

McCain's Choice of Sarah Palin Has One Real Advantage: Great Skin Tone! (satire)

8/30/2008 - In a seemingly brilliant political move, John McCain has selected Sarah Palin as his VP running mate. She's 44 years old, which makes the average age of the pair somewhere around 75. Their average IQ is, thankfully, slightly higher. Of course, that criticism isn't reserved for Republicans alone:...

Voting Rights Destruction (Part 2): Lack of Transparency

8/3/2008 - It is not enough to have the right to vote. The people also need to know that their votes are counted in an open and fair manner. Without that transparency, there is no way to be sure that an election was fair or that one's vote mattered. The result of that lack is a people who have no faith in their...

The Systematic Destruction of Voting Rights in America (Part 1)

7/28/2008 - You might think you have the right to vote. You might think your vote counts. You might think that there's a problem here or there, but that they're the exceptions. You might think that the 2000 presidential election was an aberration, in which the U.S. Supreme Court violated ethical and court precedents...

Conflicts of interest at the FDA are rampant and largely ignored

1/5/2007 - Last year, Public Citizen, a national non-profit public interest organization, exposed that while conflicts of interest at the FDA's drug advisory committees are common and often have serious dollars at stake, advisory committee members and voting consultants rarely step down because of them. If a new...

Feds reject requirement that e-voting machines produce paper trail

12/19/2006 - Direct record electronic voting machines (DREs) that are considered "software dependent" -- meaning an undetected bug could lead to undetectable changes in election outcomes -- have been under fire since their implementation. Last week, the Technical Guidelines Development Committee narrowly rejected...

Elections easily hacked via electronic voting machines

10/25/2006 - As more voting processes across the country turn from the old-fashioned pencil-and-ballot to newer, computerized voting systems, the possibility increases that these new systems will be open to many kinds of electronic fraud. Cheryl Kagan, a former Maryland Democratic legislator, was shocked when...

Electronic voting machines easily hacked, demonstrates Princeton professor

9/14/2006 - Voting machines have caused controversy due to studies that say they are vulnerable to hacking and vote tampering, but Princeton University computer science professor Edward Felten and two graduate students, Ariel Feldman and Alex Halderman, have escalated these doubts by actually obtaining a commonly...

Conflicts of Interest, Voting Patterns at FDA Drug Advisory Committee Meetings (press release)

7/24/2006 - Disclosures of conflicts of interest at Food and Drug Administration (FDA) drug advisory committee meetings are common, often of considerable financial value, and rarely result in the recusal of advisory committee members, but excluding those with conflicts would not have altered the overall vote outcome...

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